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How do i change the wiper switch on a tilt solid case column

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SOURCE: 1990 chevy tilt streeing column .Haveing trouble

There is some adjustment. But you may have something else going on. When the tilt gets old the pivot pins get loose and the holes get egg shaped. If this is what is going on then you might me wasting your time.

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Bypass wiper switch


Take streering coluom off n replace the switch. Not exp. or hard

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What do I look for to fix the Power seats and power tilt steering has no power


A control module ! Electronics The steering column has a tilt/telescoping control system that consists of an electronic control module capable of class 2 serial data communication, a steering column power assembly with positioning motor and sensor, and a steering column control switch. The multi-function lever provides for the control of the headlamp high beams, and the windshield washer and wiper.
The tilt/telescoping steering column in/out/up/down switch is an input to the driver position module (DPM). The tilt/telescoping drive motor is an output function of the DPM.
Steering column memory settings are stored in the DPM. The steering column position sensor is an internal part of the tilt/telescoping motor assemblies, and is an input to the DPM. The DPM uses the position sensor input when storing and recalling memory settings.
Same thing with the seats , electronic control module .
Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to the memory seat module (MSM) through the battery positive voltage circuit from the POWER SEATS circuit breaker located instrument panel (I/P) fuse block. This voltage is used to power up MSM and also to apply power to the seat motors when commanded. Battery positive voltage from the TILT/TELE SW/MEM SEAT MOD fuse located in the body control module (BCM) fuse block that supplies voltage to the seat adjuster switch and the memory function switch, also supplies voltage to the MSM. The MSM monitors this voltage circuit in order to determine if battery voltage is supplied to the seat adjuster switch. The MSM is grounded through the module ground circuit and G301.
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Can i interchange my 1990 buick century's steering column with a 1989 buick century column?


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1993 Chevy 1500 wiper spraying on low


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My wipers are coming on by themselves on 06 Crown Vic Police Interceptor, squirter works, knob works, but when I am going down the road with everything in off position, they randomly come on with no rhyme...


Hello, Its the Multifunction switch for the turn lever and wiper controls. The contact points are usually corroded or loose and a bump can cause them to make contact. The usual solution is to replace the switch. Only a few styles are capable of being cleaned and disassembled.

You will need to remove the steering column cover. Usually requires moving tilt wheel several times to guide plastic cover out of place. There are 2 wiring harnesses attached to the control. They have flimsy latches and care needs to be taken when spreading the latches or they will break.
The switch has several torx head screws or in some cases Security screws holding the part to the column.

There are differences in the number of contact terminals in the switch. Some have 2 additional posts for other functions. Best to bring in old one to get correct part.

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My 97 ford ranger has an electrical problem. The windshield wipers and washer fluid are on full speed when I start the truck and will not shut off.. pulled the fuses for temp solve... please help


Hi, the likely problem is a failed switch. Remove the switch according to instructions below and then start the truck again. If the wipers stay off, replace the switch. If they still come on, please get back to me.


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION See Figures 1 and 2

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the steering wheel.
  2. On vehicles equipped with tilt wheel, remove the tilt lever.
  3. On vehicles equipped with tilt wheel, remove the steering column collar by pressing on the collar from the top and bottom while removing the collar.
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Fig. Fig. 1: To remove the tilt column control lever, simply rotate it counterclockwise until removed

  1. Remove the instrument panel trim cover retaining screws. Remove the trim cover.
  2. Remove the 2 screws (#3 in Fig 2) from the bottom of the steering column shroud. Remove the bottom half of the shroud by pulling the shroud down and toward the rear of the vehicle.
  3. If the vehicle is equipped with automatic transmission, move the shift lever as required to aid in removal of the shroud. Lift the top half of the shroud from the column.
  4. On 1991 automatic transmission equipped models, disconnect the selector indicator actuation cable by removing the screw from the column casting and the plastic plug at the end of the cable.
  5. Remove the 2 self tapping screws (#3 in Fig 2) that retain the combination switch to the steering column casting. Disengage the switch from the casting.
  6. Disconnect the 3 electrical connectors, using caution not to damage the locking tabs. Be sure not to damage the PRNDL cable.
  7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Torque the combination switch retaining screws to 18-27 inch lbs. (2-3 Nm).
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Fig. Fig. 2: Exploded view of the combination switch mounting and column related wire harness connectors

Apr 13, 2011 | 1997 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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My wipers dont work any ideas why


Do you have a tilt column? If so try to move it up and down while the switch is on for the wipers. If they move you could have a wire broke on the column harness. Usually wipers just do not go out.

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Some times wipers would come on with out turning on the wiper switch and now will not turn off at all


Sounds like a bad wiper switch assembly.

Removal & Installataion
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the steering wheel.
  2. On vehicles equipped with tilt wheel, remove the tilt lever.
  3. On vehicles equipped with tilt wheel, remove the steering column collar by pressing on the collar from the top and bottom while removing the collar.
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To remove the tilt column control lever, simply rotate it counterclockwise until removed

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  1. Remove the instrument panel trim cover retaining screws. Remove the trim cover.
  2. Remove the 2 screws from the bottom of the steering column shroud. Remove the bottom half of the shroud by pulling the shroud down and toward the rear of the vehicle.
  3. If the vehicle is equipped with automatic transmission, move the shift lever as required to aid in removal of the shroud. Lift the top half of the shroud from the column.
  4. On 1991 automatic transmission equipped models, disconnect the selector indicator actuation cable by removing the screw from the column casting and the plastic plug at the end of the cable.
  5. Remove the 2 self tapping screws that retain the combination switch to the steering column casting. Disengage the switch from the casting.
  6. Disconnect the 3 electrical connectors, using caution not to damage the locking tabs. Be sure not to damage the PRNDL cable.
  7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Torque the combination switch retaining screws to 18-27 inch lbs. (2-3 Nm).

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sounds like a wire has shorted out in the column causing the smoke.
You need to check it asap as it could burn your car out

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This is for a 97 but it may give you some help...

MULTI-FUNCTION WIPER SWITCH
REMOVAL
Tilt the column up and remove the six screws holding the lower column shroud.
Tilt the column down and remove the upper shroud Upper Shroud Removal
Tilt the column up and remove the one steering column tilt lever screw at base of lever. Remove tilt lever and lower shroud.
Using a screwdriver in place of the lever, tilt the column down. Remove the two mounting screws on the switch and remove the switch. Remove the wiring from the hooks and disconnect the two electrical connections on the multi-function switch. Remove the multi-function switch.

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